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My company (the company I work for) uses Trend Micro as their security for 0000's of computers and servers. on a lot of the server and computers Trand Micro top level directory folder is HUGE I am talking GB's in size. I think it is the old av updates that are causing this but cannot find the folder where these are. also is it safe to delete some of these and keep the most recent. does anyone else have this issue? or has anyone came across this? Thank you for all your help Shane

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xp server sbs and 2003

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Hi Shanekearney,

I also use (and like) TrendMicro in a great part of my costumers.
Not knowing your real scenario, (TM version, servers, configuration – is TM active scan active?) I think the problem could be different of what you think…

Let me ask you if you also have the Anti-Spam feature in place and active.
I think that the space you are talking about, could be related to Spam e-mails that are throwed to quarantine. If you have content scanning active, you could be putting in quarantine video files, pictures, mp3, etc … (this usually consumes lots of space).
When I block this kind of content, I always set the option to send an e-mail to the recipient informing him/her of that file being blocked. I the file is in any way related to the job/business It could be resent to him/her. If the files are not reclaimed after one month, they are automatically deleted.

In the TM server dashboard you can check this settings and take the appropriate actions.

HTH

Regards,

Luis

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